Well augusta originally noted that Ne is about structures and understanding how pieces fit together within a whole form, not necessarily seeing the full form in its use, rather seeing into it, I guess is what she was getting at. Knowing you BlackCat, sometimes when I tend to explain structures of socionics to you, it only becomes clear to you when I give specific "relative" examples. If I were to explain the full structure to you without even explaining the means of that structure, because it is so grandeose so to speak, you might have difficulty realizing the potential of such information being part of a structure, because it comes off as seemingly access, and you only want one aspect of it explained to you at a time. You don't want to hear about all of the seemingly unrelated aspects of it because it just confuses you more.
This is just an observation that I've seen. This happens to be a very specific explanation, but I thought it might make more sense to you, and you could relate this with every day situations.